frequent flyers

Aviation

Qantas goes after top-tier members of other airline loyalty programs

Having tested the loyalty of its own customers in recent months with scenic flights, fully-stocked bar carts and athleisure wear, Qantas has turned its focus to those of rival carriers.

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Road & Rail

Velocity Frequent Flyer partners with Hertz-owned car share company

Are you seeking other ways to boost your Velocity points than by buying a case of Virgin Wines or signing up for another credit card? Look no further.

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Aviation

You better believe it: Jetstar offers $19 fares, and Qantas Frequent Flyers can now earn triple points

Qantas has also been letting customers know they are entitled to a refund for flights cancelled or suspended due to COVID-19 travel restrictions.

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Aviation

Velocity to gift top-up points so members can keep status

Meanwhile, Travel Weekly staff are enraged at the prospect of no longer getting stamps on our café loyalty cards while we work from home.

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Aviation

“Fair point”: Qantas claps back at Virgin over “huge news” billboard

Pass the popcorn, because drama is unfolding between Australia’s two main carriers over a cheeky billboard.

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Aviation

Virgin encourages customers to get creative and earn Velocity points

The most creative thing we’ve done to earn frequent flyer points was showing up to the airport on time for once. It didn’t work.

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Aviation

Hotels

Qantas and AccorHotels up the loyalty ante

by Hannah Edensor

Qantas Frequent Flyer has announced an upgrade of its partnership with AccorHotels.

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Aviation

Qantas reveals what it’s doing with all its money

by Hannah Edensor

Hitting record profits, there’s really only one thing left to do – design a bunch of scarves.

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Aviation

Travel Agents

CEB kicks off GetGo rewards program

Cebu Pacific Air has rolled out its rewards program for frequent flyers as part of the airline’s 19th anniversary.

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